The king of the country made its introduction a matter of state, and built a large house in Dshondu, as a day-school.
The day-school knocks quite as many corners off him as he can stand.
Father can't spare me to the day-school now, so our Bessy persuaded him to let me go at nights.
Yet the day-school of that time was respectable, and the boy had nothing to complain of.
In the spring of this same year I was sent to a day-school in Shrewsbury, where I stayed a year.
I could not enter as a day-school student, as I did not have the money to do so.
But still, I don't see why a day-school should have militated against the development of that sympathetic and critical faculty.
Mrs. Renville has 28 scholars in her day-school, as many as can be managed.
The day-school has done its work, and a free education has accomplished splendid things for the working-man.
There was only one day-school in Cowfold, and his mother objected to the “mixture.”